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assistance from u.s. and nato forces. >>> malaysia airlines reached out to grieving families of flight 370. according to a statement relatives will be getting some degree of financial compensation. it doesn't mean they can't claim compensation later. according to a report it took malaysia airlines controllers 17 minutes to realise that the tlight vanished from radar screens. >>> a virus that ipp fected nearly 370 people in saudi arabia is confirmed in indiana. middle east respiratory syndrome was discovered two years ago. last month alone there was a jump in the number of new cases in the middle east. the c d.c. says it was a mart of time before it reached u.s. shores. >> health care officials scrambled to track down people who travelled the same route as a man who, according to the c d.c. tested positive to the virus. the patient was a health care work are who returned it saudi arabia. he left riyadh on april 24th and finally landed in chicago. he took a because to indiana, he fell sick and ended up in the hospital. a deadly virus hit the health care industry hard. fatality rates are high
in a different capacity. >> i was telling the guys here i was just in burma and malaysia. it's fantastic. burma is a great opportunity for american public diplomacy. you know i'm going to put this in before you go to whatever you want to talk about. it may be mika's birthday and my birthday today but tomorrow is world press freedom day. the united states government is on the side of journalists oppressed everywhere. journalists are more oppressed today than any time in history. >> vladimir putin one of the terrible offenders through the years of press freedom. a lot of reporters who have reported on him have ended up dead. >> 99 journalists were killed in the line of duty last year. what's changed is journalists used to get harmed in the line of duty and now they're targeted by governments. that's disturbing. >> speaking of vladimir putin, we have now a helicopter shot down in ukraine. vladimir putin ordering the ukraine government to get their own forces out of their own country. what's next in this downhill spiral? >> thank, joe. i had a conversation with a pretty senior figure in the obama a
. the record flooding from a storm that wouldn't stop. >>> new insight in to malaysia airlines flight 370 mystery. who's admitting deep delays in the initial search for that jet. >>> busted. middle school students accused of smuggling marijuana in to home economics class to make cookies get in trouble. the buzz on campus. >>> and michael jackson's new song soon to be released. brand new details about the music and the superstars you'll hear singing along with the king of pop. that's in "the skinny" on this friday, may 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> tgif, everybody. tgif, everybody. >> especially along the east coast. >> we will begin with the saturated east coast. it is finally drying out from a wave of torrential rain and flooding. >> water is everywhere, overtaking homes and cars, tearing up streets and blamed for a deadly blast. more from abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: mudslides on long island. heavy rains collapsing this retaining wall and covering these commuter train tracks. >> when buildings absorb that much water in
. most of those onboard were high school students. >>> families in malaysia of the missing malaysia airlines passengers are being told that there are no new leads in the search. they have been holding frequent updates for the families, but after two months, the search will close next week. it's a hardship to the families, and they're doing what they can do to ease their pain. but they will do what we can with phonecalls and meetings face-to-face. >> john kerry, meeting with leaders from ethiopia and uganda and kenya this morning. warning the african union to employ peace-keeping troops, and they want the neighbors in sudan to issue penalties for fighters on both sides. >>> and in washington for a series of meetings, tonight she's going to be sitting down with the u.s. senators, and tomorrow, she'll be speaking with president obama. angela merkel will talk about the possibilities of sanctions with russia. >> in pakistan, the taliban has frequently targeted girls a schools in the north. more than 400 schools have been destroyed by that group. but since they have pushed the taliban out
to punishment. >> >> imposing a tax on goods and services in malaysia prompted protest, saying poor people can't afford it. >> labor-day pro tests in malaysia don't usually draw huge crowds, but this year is different. tens of thousands of people are here. this anger gets the government's plan to get a goods and services tax imposed in april. the timing anger many. electricity tariffs of increased several months ago, while the removal of subsidies added to the rising cost of living. the government said the tax is necessary. >> the malaysian government first floated the idea several years ago. recently, the bill was passed in parliament. this man and his wife reason small food store and find it hard to raise a profit. he thinks he will be worse off. >> just take rice. it may be exempt, but before it's packed and sold as rice within it's got to be planted. farmers need fertilizer, which may be taxed. who's to say prices won't go up? >> the government offered cash handouts and tax relief to the poor and middle income groups, who will be hardest hit. that's not been enough to keep them from marchi
higher wages and better health care. protestors say their fears in thailand, the philippines and malaysia have better living standards. in athens, it's business at usual, organized strikes to public services, including. transportation and riot police gearing up for clashes with demonstrators. >> in turkey, demonstrators clashing with police, protestors want to hold their may day rallies there but the government banned protests in the square. we have more. >> demonstrators and police have clashed in several neighborhoods, demonstrators tried to march to the square. the please prevented them using tear gas and water cannon. the government is preventing unions from using the square as a venue for the may day rally and provided an alternative venue. it cited security concerns. according to the union, it is their right to demonstrate whenever and wherever they want. this is really part of an ongoing political struggle in this country, divisions within turkish society. this is not just about a may day rally. the government does have its critics, it was democratically elected. it won the electio
we believe it is. you malaysia, you australia, go find it for yourself. i think it puts investigators in a difficult position. the malaysians want to take it seriously and look into it. the australians saying, we believe we are on the right track here in the southern indian ocean. everything, the data and pings lead us to this location here and they will continue searching in the southern indian ocean. >> miguel marquez live for us in perth, australia. >>> breaking overnight, an inmate execution in oklahoma goes terribly wrong. a prisoner left gasping for air. what happened and what authorities are going to do about it now. >>> a terrifying shooting near atlanta. a fedex employee opens fire. six shot, several in the hospital this morning. what we are learned new about this overnight. man: definitely more murdery than the reviews said. captain obvious: this is a creepy room. man: oh hey, captain obvious. captain obvious: you should have used hotels.com. their genuine guest reviews are written by guests who have genuinely stayed there. instead of people who lie on the internet. son: loo
, a major twist in the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. now a private company is saying it's found possible wreckage and it's nowhere near the area the search has been focusing on so far. right now, one-third of the united states bracing for more dangerous weather. it's coming from the same storm system that's already killed 29 people and ripped apart homes, trees, cars, all along the way. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting from washington. we start with the countdown to what could be an explosive news conference from the nba commissioner, adam silver. in an hour from now, silver will talk about the scandal involving the los angeles clippers owner donald sterling. offensive racist comments on tape are being attributed to sterling. he's been quiet about it to this point. but there have been so many calls for the commissioner to kick sterling out of the league. at the top of the hour, we expect to hear what silver has decided to do. joining us now is rachel nickels, the host of cnn's unguarded. so, what can he do, how far, rachel, can he actually go? can he force sterling,
is in the zone they're searching. australian searchers dismiss this information right now. in malaysia they are more open to it. it's interesting to think about the way they search. they look for aluminum first. they found a lot of other metals that you find at boeing 777 in this area. 3,100 miles north of the zone being searched right now. >> another big development in this story today. the families of passengers for the first time are hearing the final words from the cockpit, the recordings of conversations they had with a control tower. what do you know about that? >> reporter: this is something they've been asking for for weeks now. they wanted to hear it for themselves. the voices that we have been talking about since covering this story in the initial days. so, listen, this is what they were played today. good night malaysian 370. this is the first time they got to hear it. it's the transparency the families have been speaking out, guys. >> all right. the families hearing the recordings, last known conversation between air traffic control and the cockpit. really interesting for t
stories. after an intense seven week recruit was a search. of the search for malaysia flight 370 is over. there's been no signs of the plane. most of the air crews will be leaving the australian of airborne air force base. the washington net the washington landslide has officially been called off a while to people are still missing. families are still looking for closure. 41 bodies have been recovered but the task now is to clear debris over that once were mild. a few months is expected to complete that. much more on the clippers' controversy. coming up >> is a problem plaguing many different communities. this time we look at the city of hayward and how something is to be done before it gets out of hand. o explain and the next edition the world of fashion is split in two. you can either have high-end or low-price. or you can go to t.j.maxx and you can have it all for up to 50% off department store prices. t.j. maxx. in all kinds of places. there. there. even up there. let's get the real dir from a guy like this. not this. we're gonna save big and then we're going in. ♪ ready to color o
time, family members looking for answers surrounding the missing malaysia airlines jet heard the entire final audio recordings from the cockpit. officials also showed the relatives maps of the flight's route including a questionable turn that sent the plane off course. this was very emotional for family members who have been asking for answers ever since the plane disappeared last month. officials say the plane likely ran out of fuel seven and a half hours into the flight. in the meantime, after seven weeks of an intense search from the skies, international air efforts have been called off in looking for the missing plane. shom ships will stay in the indian ocean to gather any debris that might surface. more than 600 military personnel from at least seven countries played a big part in the air efforts. underwater searchers continue fog the next eight months. >>> there is a new development in the incredible in the jet stowaway story. we're hearing from the mother of the teen who flew from san jose to hawaii in the wheel well of a commercial jet. this is a photo of the young man's mother
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to asia. >> on sunday he was in malaysia, and he met with the prime minister. the prime minister was very happy about this and actually he took withfie barack obama. the prime minister has been criticized for the way that he in the malaysian government had been dealing with the disappearance of the lesion airlines flight mh370. -- the disappearance of the malaysian airlines flight. look at this cartoon. you can see a drawing of that same selfie, but in the background there is an airplane at the bottom of the ocean. >> the wall street journal focusing on how singapore is bracing itself for an unusual riot. >> that is right. let's ago the titles, talking about how singapore is bracing for another kitty riot. these are not kitty cats or lions. they're talking about hello k itty. mcdonald's has a special edition where customers can buy toys at mcdonald's. why would they be upset? last i mcdonald's did this, things got a little bit out of control. a lot of people skipped class. there were fights. a lot of people were injured. so the authorities are worried that history could repeat itself . it
with a sour taste in their mouth. >> new video shows heartache in beijing and what had malaysia airlines flight 370 families so distraught hours ago. stay tuned. >>> uc berkeley students are disappointed that word of an in and out burger opening on campus is a hoax. a sign announcing the future opening of the burger joint at this building off campus drew a lost excitement on social media. it would save students to the next closest and officials were called and they said, hate to burst your bubble but there is no confirmed site so nothing opening there, and forget a burger, go to blondie's. >> i am sure the students are hot under the collar. >> it will be warm today. check out the beautiful sunrise from mount tamalpais and this is the backdrop to talk about the temperatures, nine to 15 degrees warmer-than-average from 75 in san francisco on antioch and 86 in san jose and 81 in hair and 13 degrees warmer than yesterday and 83 in oakland. at at&t park, 68 degrees at 7:15 and dropping to 62 under clear conditions. we will have 80's through the central valley and 90 in sacramento and chico. >
japan, south korea, malaysia and the philippines. at the start of his term, president obama said he would make strengthening relationships with asian allies a top priority. it's been an uphill battle. >> president obama went to asia for more than just fancy food and banquets, but he sure was toasted a lot. still, what he wanted on his first stop was a trade deal with japan. after frantic meetings, he left full, but empty handed. >> why did it not happen? in part because of opposition to the treaty from inside japan. agriculture is highly protected in japan, but there are other examples, automobiles and so fort. real limitations, political limitations on the prime minister. >> that could signal long delays or the eventual death of the agreement which president obama hoped would shape his legacy, a big part of his much talked about pivot to asia. japanese officials seemed to get what they wanted, the president talking about islands disputed by japan and china. >> the treaty covers all territories administered by japan. >> will the u.s. defend the philippines in case a territorial disp
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the air search officially ending overnight. we're live in perth, australia, with what's coming next. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. great to see you. it is tuesday, april 29th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and we do begin with important breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 more people dead, so many homes damaged, and towns simply devastated. the worst, it's not over yet. even more severe weather could be headed that way today from texas all the way to the atlantic ocean. >> mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. the city of tupelo under curfew after this tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving at least eight people dead, many others hurt. take a look at this. the winds so powerful, the winds picked up this suv -- >> wow. >> -- stacked it on top of a car. about 100 miles south in lewisville, mississippi, another tornado was caught on camera. you've got to listen to this. >> stay here. oh, my god. no, no, no, no,
recovered. >>> officials heading up the search for malaysia flight 370 are combing the world to find the most advanced technology and equipment to jump-start that hunt. they are nailing down contracts. but the new gear will take time and money adding $60 million to in the soaring multinational tab. the u.s. alone has already spent over $11 million in the search effort. >>> president obama returns to washington after the four nation visit to asia. while overseas, the president faced increasing criticism over his foreign policy decisions and he's not getting much praise on either side domestically. devon dwyer is traveling with the president. ♪ >> reporter: on an asian trip about asserting american power, president obama paid tribute it to its greatest symbol. >> we are joined by men and wear women who stand tall and proud and wear the uniform of the united states of america. >> reporter: in a speech the president said a new agreement with the philippines will send american warships and fighter jets to bases here for the first time in more than 20 years. >> we'll
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370, this as investigators reveal new information to families of those on board, playing for them the last audio recordings received from the cockpit of the vanished jetliner. you are going to hear it here. we are bringing you live team coverage. good morning, everyone. great to see you. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. nice to see you, john. it's tuesday, april 29th, 4:00 a.m. in the east. >>> let's begin with breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 people more dead, many homes damaged and towns this morning devastated. this thing is not over, not over yet. even more severe weather could happen again today from texas all the way to the atlantic. >> the entire state of mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. in the city of tupelo, under a curfew after a tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving eight people dead, many others hurt. but i want you to look at this. the winds so powerful, they just picked up that minivan-suv, and stacked it on t
after 2:00 a.m. malaysia time on march 8th that malaysian air sent a message to the cockpit asking the crew to get in communications with ground control in vietnam. then more than five hours later after 7:00 a.m. local time, the airline tried to make a direct phone call to the cockpit. there were no responses to either the text message after 2:00 a.m. or the phone call after 7:00 a.m., and also no explanation for why the airline did not try to communicate with the plane for more than five hours. rosemary? >> all right. ivan watson joining us on the line from beijing as we brought you the live picture of the briefing currently underway. a very welcome briefing now for the family members getting some answers to some of their questions. just getting more access to malaysian authorities now and some information to help them as they try to absorb what has been going on. and of course with the aerial search for flight 370 over, service members from seven nations involved in the operation gathered for a farewell ceremony north of perth. they have spent weeks scouring the indian ocean for
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a big change in the search for missing malaysia jan airlines flight 370. >>> i'm don lemon with breaking weather news to tell you about. a confirmed tornado in alabama at this hour. the twister is near shelton state community college about seven miles south of tuscaloosa and heading northeast at 35 miles an hour. jennifer gray has more. >> this is a dangerous storm. it came very close to the university of alabama, went right over cottondale. we have reports of damage there. it is following this line along i-20. a very dangerous storm. this is tuscaloosa county. you need to be on the look out for this. we have another very dangerous storm right outside of birmingham. just to the north and east of this particular storm we have another one. it is on its heels. it is going to cross over 635. the sirens have been going off in birmingham over the last hour or so. a very dangerous situation there. we have possibly two, maybe three confirmed tornados on the ground between tuscaloosa and just to the north of birmingham. this is also an area we need to watch closely around gardendale. we have repo
to white house tomorrow uvisiting japan, south korea, malaysia, and philippines, nationsal looking for bolsters u.s. military, and diplomatic agreement to counter rise of chinese military power, and geo political ambitions and threats of north korea, with all on his schedule, president obama today still found time to comment on the charges of racism aimed at a los angeles nba franchise owner, named donald sterling. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise there are ignorance, you don't really have to do anything just let them talk, that is what happened. lou: president obama making a controversial statement about his foreign policy strategy as well today. very much sounds like an effort to loweriic expectations for the remained irof his second term, fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry with our report from manila. >> reporter: wrapping up a week-long trip from asia am dominating by his questions of handleing from ukraine to push for middle east peace, and fall out from red line in syria, president obama launched a defense against critics that suggestion his foreign pol
superstar michael jordan weighed in, saying: >> woodruff: from malaysia, president obama condemned the comments as "incredibly offensive." >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don't really have to do anything, you just let them talk and that's what happened here. >> woodruff: and across the n.b.a., current players spoke out. miami heat forward lebron james: >> there's no room for that in our game. we've found a way to make this the greatest game in the world and for comments like that, it taints our game and we can't have that. >> woodruff: the clippers made their own visual statement, shedding their shirts to reveal inside-out warm-ups, hiding the team's logo, before sunday's playoff game with the golden state warriors. l.a. lost, 118-97. head coach doc rivers conceded the furor could have affected his club. >> you know like i said before the game, they're getting pulled in so many directions, so you know we have to figure how to pull them in one direction and then we'll be back in the series. >> woodruff: other teams organized their own silent protests, w
more tonight, of course, on your late local news. >>> other news, the search for the missing malaysia airlines 777 could be a long face. underwater as the air cop ration, the part of this that was looking for wreckage on the surface of the water now comes to an end over seven weeks after the aircraft disappeared. nbc's katy tur remains at search headquarters in perth, australia, good evening. >> reporter: it's not the news they wanted to come out of here announcing another phase of the investigation. they are suspending the aerial search and widening out the underwater search since the current location offered no clues. in addition to bluefin 21, they will seek help from commercial specialized contractors with sophisticated technology, like the u.s. navy orion which is a towed submersible that can go deeper and send back data realtime. the new search zone is ten of thousands of square miles, roughly the size of indiana. they say it will take eight months to search if all goes well and cost upwards of $50 million. meanwhile, families just as frustrated as ever and once again, they are
salud de juan gabriel y da pista donde podrÍa estar el aviÓn desaparecido de malaysia airlines. vamos con sus declaraciones. >>> el propÓsito de este baÑo es atraer fortuna y amor, los perfumes se usan para el espÍritu y las velas para terminar la con la oscuridad. lo mÁs importante son las oraciones. es el preÁmbulo de las predicciones. paola lleva 35 aÑos realizando estos rituales que son de magia blanca. >>> manejo con la oraciÓn toda la energÍa, para cualquier persona que ayudo, es con la oraciÓn y energÍa, si dios me manda para hacer el bien hago el bien. >>> originaria de guadalajara, mÉxico, cuenta que comenzÓ a recibir visiones y vaticitar situaciones futuras, el don no fue recibido por su madre que llegÓ a pensar que estaba hechizada. >>> mi mamÁ me reprendÍa me decÍa que iba a curar, que estaba loca. >>> en lugar de desaparecer las visiones aumentaron, y comenzÓ a atender consultas como la de juliza que le pidiÓ salvar su matrimonio. >>> paola le aseguro que habÍa otra mujer. >>> me advirtiÓ, y todo lo que ella me decÍa yo buscaba, y encontrÉ las otras
for malaysia airlines flight 370 is shifting to the ocean floor. they are scouring the indian ocean today looking for signs of debris but the prime minister says that nothing has been found so far and at this point it is unlikely air crews will ever find anything. predict contractors will be hired to cover larger area. this will cost $60 million and could take up to 8 months. >>> the search for bodies from the mudslide in washington come to an end with two people missing. it was a difficult decision. 11 people were rescued the day it happened, march 21. 41 bodies have been recovered since then. they must clear debris from a mile long stretch of highway and that could take three months. >>> developing story we brought you at the beginning the of newscast, tornadoes moving into the southeast. the damage is staggering. you can see the pictures, buildings smashed. power lines ripped apart. cars tossed about. tornadoes carved a path of destruction through the central plains and the mid-south. 14 people have died. that number could rise. live in arkansas to show us the damage there. >> we are h
giving up hope. it's been 50 days since malaysia airlines flight 370 vanished. >> i regret to say that thus far none of our efforts in the air, on the surface, or under sea have found any wreckage. this is probably the most difficult search in human history. >> the most difficult search in human history. abbott's announcing a new phase in the operation, saying they are going to expand the underwater search and use private contractors. the new search area, 23,000 square miles. that's 150 times the area that they had been searching with the bluefin-21. that bluefin will continue to operate, but it's now going to be joined by sonar devices towed by ships, so they'll have more assets. it's expected to cost up to $56 million and could take another eight months. joining me now on the phone, navy commander william marks of the u.s. 7th fleet onboard the u.s.s. blue ridge. commander marks, good morning to you. as of now, american planes still flying over the search area. how much longer is the united states going to be involved here? >> that's right, we still are flying over the search ar
and race relations. he equates it into some kind of moral equivalency. like malaysia we have it be constantly on guard racial attitudes. >> racial tensions have nothing to do with that. should have stopped. these comments are wrong, period, full stop. >> rick? >> i think this president knows a lot about basketball. he knows a lot about african-americans in this country. we he have seen him throughout his presidency try to figure out the right moments to weigh in. he struggled at times about what the balance is,wi2oz i thik he found it here. he sees a moment that it's important to speak as president of the united states. also as the most prominent black leader in american history and try to draw something larger out of that i think it's a good conversation and responding to a direct question is the right way to do it. >> a.b.? >> i agree. i mean, president obama is our first black president. is he going to have to comment. and he should. and he has something significant to contribute to this dialogue going on in this country this week not only after the rancher's comments in n
officials are calling off the aerial search for malaysia airlines flight mh370. prime minister tony abbott said it's unlikely any aircraft debris will be found on the surface of the ocean. researchers believe any debris would have sunk. they'll expand the underwater search area. the passenger jet disappeared on march 8th with 239 on board. >>> south sudan rebels and deposit are sitting for peace talks to end more than four months of violence. international mediators are overseeing the negotiations in ooeth , after -- ethiopia after weeks of delays. both are accused of committing atrocities. rebels recently are said to have killed hundreds in bentiu. tens of thousands fled their home, 80,000 are living in makeshift camps at u.s. bases. >>> in south korea, video released by the coast guard shows the moment the doomed ferry's captain fled the vessel. captain le joon-seok and his crew were arrested after escaping while passengers were told to stay in their cabin. the country's prime minister resigned, apologising for how the recovery has been handled. the death toll is at least 187, more than
for malaysia airlines flight mh370. prime minister tony abbott says it's unlikely any aircraft debris will be found on the surface of the ocean. . officials believe after 52 days debris would have sunk, they will expand the underwater area. the passenger jet disappeared on march 8th with 235 aboard. >>> south sudan rebels and government are sitting down for peace talks. international mediators are overseeing the negotiations in ethiop ethiopia, after weeks of delays. both sides are accused of committing atrocities. recently the u.n. says rebels killed hundreds of civilians bentiu. tens of thousands fleed their home, half living in makeshift camps. >>> in south korea video by the coast guard shows the moment the doomed captain fled the vessel. captain le joon-seok and his crew were arrested escaping the ship while passengers were told to stay in their cab jups. the prime minister resigned, apologising for how the recovery effort has been handled. more than 187 are missing. >>> in poland thousand marched at auschwitz, to march remembrance day. the memorial is focussed on 400,000 hungari
. >> malaysia's first report is due out this week. should malaysia continue its role as the lead investigative unit or should they get someone else to take charge? there were a lot of experts looking at this. >> i don't believe that malaysia is trying to hide anything. there is an open book policy essentially going forward. the operational leg if you like of actually looking underwater for the records. followed in an open way, then the relatives will find what they're looking for. >> and as for the search, rob, what sort of fresh ideas would you be looking for if you were leading this search? is there a possibility that the plane is buried under the thick silt that's there? weather, that's going to be worse. should we be waiting for pieces to wash on shore? what areas would you be considering to try to find this plane? >> i don't think that the concerns about silt are valid at all. if wreckage will be sitting on top of any silt that is down there. i think you're seeing the next phase play out already. the search controllers have made it very clear that they're going wider. that's going to requ
for that missing malaysia airlines plane flight 370. australia's prime minister says the undersea search is expanding. it may take longer for results. off perth, australia, looking for missing debris. all 239 people on board are now presumed to be dead. there is new video that has been released by yea's coast guard that -- south korea's coast guard. captain is first to become rescued. all the captain and his crew have now been picked up by authorities. apologizing for the way the recovery is handled. 187 victims with 180 still said to be missing. >>> meanwhile prosecutors of south korea raiding the coast guard as part of their mission to learn how rescuers responded when they first learned the ferry was going under. prosecutors say they are seeking the records from the emergency call center that received calls from passengers that the the ship was sinking. >>> in colombia, workers are heading for strike. the second walkout in as many years. the lack of government subsidies and rising costs are hurting their businesses. alexander guapa reports. >> growing potatoes, that is changing. >> i
forecast for this afternoon. >>> also right now, the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370 entering a new stage. it involve, a huge expansion of the search area. that could take 6 to 8 months to complete. >>> right now, outrage is intensifying over the racist comments alley made allegedly the own of the clippers. the question now, what should the nba do, what can the nba do? >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting from washington. we begin with powerful tornadoes ripping through the central and southern united states. at least 16 people are dead and 100 or more have been treated at hospitals. residents were warned about these tornadoes, but they were still stunned by the intensity. listen to what one witness found off a highway in vilonia, arkansas. >> what did you see as you guys were some of the first on the scene after the destruction hit. >> well, it was a crazy scene when we pulled up. we knew there would be damage. because we did see the tornado on the ground. we knew it would cross the freeway. but we weren't really prepared for the scene we were about to roll up to.
it to expand its presence. the u.s. has done a similar deal with australia and singapore. talking with malaysia and indonesia and vietnam. whole series with which the u.s. is talking about have a closer military relationship. that's one part of it. the more controversial bit is the military tactics the pentagon has been discussing how they would deal with some kind of conflict with china. one of the ideas that some people in the pentagon have. if there was any kind of dispute the way to approach that would be for u.s. to try to take out some of the chinese missile facilities which are the key bit to the chinese military platform. that's a dangerous escalatory step. you get into scary and difficult questions. >> it's a frightening scenario, everything you're describing and that ramp up, americans hope we'll avoid. 61% of americans say the u.s. should be less involved in world affairs. it seems like this trip is anything but that. thank you both. we'll watch this closely. and we're starting something new today. our georgia gun watch. we keep an eye how life in on that state is changing under the
on steroids. a free trade zone from malaysia to chile. obama defended the ppp. >> the trade agreement we are trying to create -- what we are trying to do is create higher standards for labor protection, higher standards for environmental protection. more consistent protection of intellectual property. increasingly, that is the next phase of wealth. require morethings transparency and more accountability and more rule of law. i think that it is entirely consistent with malaysia moving into the next phase. >> that is president obama in malaysia. who is advising president obama on ppp? the unions, environmental organizations? back throught get the secrecy of these negotiations. as we have pointed out repeatedly, even members of congress could not a draft negotiations from the ppp. the corporate lobbies have access to these drafts. it is quite clear that the ppp is nothing more than a extension steroids.n here is where we have an alliance. on the left, they are opposed to these agreements. they are bad for workers, they're bad for the price of medicines being affordable. they are bad for ope
the world. in malaysia -- >> folks want to show their ignorance. they talk. >> want to extend the conversation with former nba flair and vice chairman of the nba retired players association. >> we go to salt lake city right now. it's an honor to speak to you. big fan of the old jazz teams. can i get your reaction in a general sense to these comments? >> i think my first reaction is it was inkprcomprehensible thisy in age that we deal with this. we know there's a level of racism still going on in this country but at this level when you have a man who is in a very powerful position who is the owner of an nba team, a sport which really embodies and embraces diversity, you talk about how global the game is, it just in simplicity it's just sad. >> some of your colleagues have rushed to be heard on this. michael jordan, for example, we know he owns nba charlotte bobcats. he released a statement saying in a league where the majority of players are african-american we cannot and must not tolerate discrimination at any level. nba legend kareem abdul-jabaar told us here at cnn, i know h
and continue to talk about the storm threat. >>> meantime, we have new developments in the search for malaysia air flight 370. officials are announcing a new phase in the operation as they decide to end the aerial search for the debray. debris. nbc's katy tur is in perth, australia, again. katy, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. certainly not the news update they wanted to have out of here today, announcing that they are suspending the aerial search and entering yet another new phase of the underwater search. meanwhile, bluefin-21 is still doing its dives. it's on number 16 right now. but things are not looking good. on day 52 without a single piece of wreckage, australian officials were forced to admit their "most promising lead" may not deliver. >> we're still baffled and disappointed that we haven't been able to find undersea wreckage. >> reporter: overnight, australian officials outlined a new phase that includes hiring private contractors with side broader area. the time span, six to eight months. the cost, $60 million. as for families, still questions without answers.
to actually walk the walk and not just talk the talk. >> the hunt for the missing malaysia jet will move away from the ocean surface and instead focus underwater. >> the search certainly is not ending. >> the search continues for a pilot who crashed into the san francisco bay after colliding with another small plane mid-air. >> george clooney is off the market engaged to his girl friend. so girls, better luck next time. >> all that -- >> a florida man appearing to kick his son down a skate board ramp. department of children and families is investigate persian gulf. >> nascar is launching an investigation after two drivers came to blows. >> this is not ultimate fighting. >> and all that matters. >> an historic day in rome. >> retired pope benedict helped celebrate the mass. >> it's very special. >> on cbs this morning. >> how about this? >> mr. tickles. >> mr. tickles is not just the mascot, it's also the name of the agency. >> you've overstepped your bound, mr. tickles, but i can't stay mad at you. we just want to keep you safe. >> yeah i don't think that's goin
around the world. the president had this remark during a news conference in malaysia late yesterday. >> obviously, the nba is a league that is beloved by fans all across the country. got a lot of african-american players that are steeped in african-american culture. i suspect that the nab will be deeply -- nba will be deeply concerned resolving this. >> the president called donald sterling's remarks offensive and ignorant. the nba players association are taking a hard line in this controversy. brian flores will have that part of the story. that's coming up later this hour. >>> 7:13. a hospital that is the closest source of medical help for many people is shutting down. coming up at 7:30, the drastic measures one doctor is taking to save the facility. >>> also, bike couriers are making a come basketball. we'll tell you -- comeback. we'll tell you why there is a demand for the two-wheeled speed demons. >> we're looking at a commute that's moderately heavy. you can see slow traffic. coming up another look at the santa clara valley commute. >>> clear skies, temperatures on the 60s on th
that these statements are happening is that there is a shift in how we view ourselves, and like malaysia, we constantly have to be on guard against racial attitudes that divide us rather than embracing the diversity as a strength. >> and so jalani i want to bring you in, because can we take the encouragement in this, because there is so much public outrage or outcry, and quickly following this. >> yes, and no. and one, because it is the easiest kind of racism to denounce, and all of us being the equivalent of the kids in third grade raising their hands saying, ooh, i know this one, ooh, i know this one, and the things that they should be concerned about are the disparate infant mortality rate s, and other items that are not indispu indispute. and you have to move from bug tri and say that we don't want to acknowledge this, but in the private conversation to his girlfriend, we need more tangible items. >> thank you both for your insight. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> and president obama trying to rein in russia with more sanctions as accusations fly. we will come back and talk to a r
be hijacking california jobs. >> the search for malaysia airlines flight 370 takes a new turn and help now being brought in to fine the p e know when pars and teachers work together... woman: our schools get stronger. man: as superintendent and teachers work together... of public education, that's been tom torlakson's approach. woman: torlakson has supported legislation to guarantee spending decisions about our education tax dollars are made by parents, teachers and the local community... and not by sacramento politicians. and we need to keep that legislation on track. man: so tell tom torlakson to keep fighting for local control of school funding decisions. >>> covering san rafael, pleasanton and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >>> 6:13 as we watch the sun rising in the east behind mount diabolo and we have a warm-up ahead of us, 20-degree difference between the high in the middle of the week and the high during next weekend. >>> new details this morning in the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. australia's prime minister believes it is highly unlikely debris will ever
to lap. and president obama weighed in on the controversy all the way from malaysia, answering a question from chuck. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don't really have to do anything, you just let them talk. and that's what happened here. i have confidence that the nba commissioner, adam silver, a good man, will address this. obviously the nba is a league that is beloved by fans all across the country. it's got an awful lot of african-american players. it's steeped in african-american culture. and i suspect that the nba is going to be deeply concerned in resolving this. >> chuck todd is still with us from the philippines. chuck, thanks for sticking around. and "sports illustrated"'s phil taylor joins us. phil, i want to start with you. if it is confirmed that this is in fact sterling, what kind of action should be taken and how much of a test is there for the new nba commissioner adam silver? >> it's a huge test for the new commissioner opinion t commissioner. the feeling is if this is true and proven to be sterling on the audio tapes that he should be fined
on tape. the president answered a question on the controversy during his news conference in malaysia over the weekend. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance commie don't really have to do anything, you just let them talk and that's what happened here. the united states continues to wrestle with a legacy of race and slavery and segregation. that's still there. the discrimination. we've made enormous strides, but you're going to continue to see this percolate up every so often. martha: with townhall.com, fox news contributor. richard fowler is a fox talkshow host of his show as well. good to have you here. let me start with you, what did you make of the comments and of the president's reaction? >> i think the president's reaction was right on message, martha. you can ask the question, doesn't surprise me. every but he will look at the president to speak for the african-american community. i think he answered just right. we've overcome a lot, turned the corner on racial relations. effort prominent figure like this to make a statement like that is very disparaging, downrigh
you bargained for. >> new details in the search for a missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the prime minister of australia believes it is highly unlikely debris will ever be found on the ocean surface so the underwater search will be expanded. the navy's underwater ping detector is scouring off the australian west coast and found nothing so far. private companies will now be hired to continue the underwater search. >>> the coast guard is searching for a man missing on a cruise from the bahamas to south florida. it is believes he went overboard 30 miles east of the beach traveling on a celebration ship that led bahamas on saturday night at 2:00 a.m. the crew turned around when he was reported missing and multiple reports indicates he jumped over the railing. >> we have seen it too often, and parents, getting carried away for kids playing sports and this case of parents and kids are upset calling identity a florida dad. >> did you see that? the moment was caught on camera by another skater father is coping his six-year-old son at the top of a skate ramp in jacksonville and suddenly the
for the mystery flight enters a new . >>> aerial searches for the missing malaysia airliner are ending today as it enters a brand new phase. 52 days of searching, investigators believe any debris from the missing plane have become water logged and most likely on the bottom of the ocean. so now teams are working on an extensive underwater search that's expected to take as many as eight months and cost about $56 million. >>> divers off the coast of south korea resumed their search. the south korean navy released this new underwater video from some of the recovery work over the weekend, but efforts cut short because of bad weather. now stands at 188. 114 people are believed to still be missing. >>> as omar reports, two twisters went across arkansas last nights. >> reporter: rescue workers carried survivors from the debris. the tornado flattened homes. while police and fire crews complete their search, officers have blocked off all roads leading into the damage zone. it tumbled through the midwest and south. the same twister destroyed more than 50 homes and dozens of businesses in baxter springs
this, they had comments in malaysia yesterday. >> obviously, the nba is a league that is be loved by fans all across the country and has an awful lot of african- american players and is steeped in african-american culture and i believe make sure you can get up at any time by going to our channel 2 website, just look under hot topics. >>> police are trying to to get walk about a to talk about what is going on out there. >> reporter: yes, it has happened three times all in the same area and all around the same time and it is unnerving for drivers who are trying to concentrate on the road. the incident started in the area of warm springs in war represent and their car windows were shattered having her drivers' side out shot out, and that's too bad. >> like i said,p and if i decide if i or that dykier 0 man -- in one of the incidents there was a white mini van seen in the area and they are looking to surveillance it to see if they can provide any clues to this investigation. reporting live from fremont, ktvu channel 2 morning news channel 2 news. >> they are scheduled to consider a co
stops in malaysia and philippines a success. this is part of the pivot president obama announced three years ago. a lot of people have had skepticism about the white house and president obama's commitment to that. they feel that this is a success and cap stone of the trip. a lot of the details here have yet to be announced, yet to be worked out. what we do know is that american troops for the first time in some 25 years, since the end of the cold war and since the united closed two massive bases here in the philippines, clark and subic bay, american troops are going to be rotating in a understand out. there's sensitivity of the presence of american troops on philippine soil. they're going to be on existing philippine bases. where they're going to be, how many, what theirporture is on the bases all has to be determined. president obama talking about fighting piracy, talking about regional security, certainly enhances the stability of the region, but make no mistake, the question of china and their aggression in the region, their power and influence was at the top of the agenda. that is
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